Ngunya Jarjum is an Aboriginal community controlled organisation incorporated under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI).

The Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIS) is established under the CATSI Act to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations to succeed and promote good governance.

The Rule Book of Ngunya Jarjum governs the organisation. For the most current version of the Rule Book of Ngunya Jarjum it can be sourced along with more information on the CATSI Act or ORIC at

Positions Vacant

We have several exciting, challenging and very rewarding positions currently on offer. Please jump over to our Vacancies Page for all the details. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Looking for Jarjum Carers

Ngunya Jarjum is always looking for new carers to join the organisation and help ensure the wellbeing of all our jarjums. We need quality carers with a commitment to community, family and culture. If you, or someone you know, is considering the important role...

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Farewell Jackie Cook

We bid a fond farewell to our long standing staff member Jackie Cook. Jackie is moving onto an exciting role as an Aboriginal Consultant. We here at NJ wish her the aboslute best of luck in her noew role and we hope our paths cross over as she undertakes...

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Upcoming Events


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and their teachers from NSW Public Primary Schools are invited
to participate in these one day workshops run by the Department of Education – The Arts Unit. The workshops aim to develop younger student’s skills incontemporary and traditional Aboriginal Dance. During the workshop, students will explore a contemporary indigenous dance style as well as some traditional dance and movement. These workshops will be run by a team of professional Aboriginal dance and
choreography tutors from indigenous backgrounds. Workshops will run in August of 2019. These workshops are for all NSW Public Schools Indigenous students and are best suited for Stage 2 and Stage 3 students costing $33.00 per student. Workshop runs from 9.15am – 2.30pm.
For further information please see the link below: